In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(toy/car) nuevo(car/toy) flamante(technology/music) totalmente nuevoit looks brand new — está flamante / como nuevo
- The name of this conspiracy is brand new and I know this because I have just invented it.
- Her flat is brand new but small so luckily there was an extra communal room big enough to fit the thirty or so people.
- Industrialised farming has also thrown up brand new diseases which may threaten humans.
- These girls are so young, so fresh and clearly brand new to what's ahead of them.
- The character designs are enchantingly familiar, but brand new at the same time.
- This will give consumers a choice between buying brand new cartridges or reusing old ones.
- It is interesting working on something brand new and trying to establish a tone and a house style.
- Imagine my amazement to see a new hole appear by the weekend in the brand new, resurfaced road.
- It was like the ref had a brand new yellow card and wanted to see if it worked.
- In Romsey, two schools destined for the axe were rolled into one to create a brand new primary school.
- He loved it, that smell of fresh paint and brand new equipment and furniture.
- The blade, brand new and shining, calls with a seductive voice that I must ignore.
- We will be continuing to operate from a brand new larger store opening soon in Leeds city centre.
- Each is highly entertaining and can be heard at a brand new listening point set up at the museum.
- Still, the blog has a brand new and much more robust commenting system which works in a very similar way.
- Ultimately, the only equipment a baby must have brand new is a cot mattress and a car seat.
- As the stadium is brand new the facilities for the audience will be superb.
- I'm glad that song came back to me, and made me laugh in the face of another brand new day.
- They sang a variety of songs from Abba to Sondheim, from old classics to brand new numbers.
- I was appalled by all the stalls that were selling brand new goods, supposedly cheap.
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